Kansas City, MO
Joey Curtin is a keyboard artist and composer who began her musical career in the San Francisco Bay area. Her piano and synthesizer creations are a fusion of jazz, new age, Americana and Celtic influences. Her performances include:
The Ansel Adams Gallery in Yosemite
The Olympic Village Inn at Squaw Valley
Ahwahnee Hotel, Yosemite National Park
The Sheraton Palace, San Francisco
Legionaires Seminary, Rome Italy
Sheraton Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Internationally, Joey has traveled to Ireland, Scotland, Italy, Indonesia, Ethiopia, the Philippines and Singapore to perform and speak. In Northern Ireland, her music has been part of Peace and Reconciliation meetings. Her CD River of Life, is heard on new age radio stations around the world.
From 2003-2004 Joey was hired by the Methodist Hospital at the Texas Medical Center in Houston to give a four-hour performance every Saturday and Sunday. She played for patients, surgeons, staff, and visitors. Her music was described by many as \“healing\”. Joey received awards from ASCAP for these performances.
In 2005, Joey had 2 of her songs put on a film soundtrack documentary called \“The Gifts of Grief\”. This aired on Public Television.
Her most challenging project \“Soundtrack For America\” was released May 17, 2008. This CD is being played on Public Radio across the United States and in the U.K.
In 2011, Joey released her cover tunes album titled \“Going To Calfifornia\”. This album is quickly becoming a favorite among many listeners.